We spoke with the world record holder for the fastest 100 miles run on a treadmill to learn how to mind-hack our way to a more enjoyable treadmill run.

As athletes, we tend to glorify discipline, but sometimes it’s necessary to move on to new activities and identities.

How becoming less selfish in our running can help us reclaim our sense of self.

Native runners talk about their cultural connections to the sport, and what we all can gain by welcoming in, listening to, and supporting indigenous runners.

Child phenom Bria Wetch was expected to burn out. She tells how, after some road bumps, she's still getting better 20 years later.

Martin used modest mileage and impressive lactate-threshold workouts to run the fastest marathon ever for a U.S.-born African American, 2:11:05.

Curiosity, resiliency, and spirituality have propelled Sara Hall to unexpected marathon success in her late thirties. She intends to explore her potential as long as she still loves to run.

Dhani Jones hosts Kionte Storey on Someone Like Me, a series of conversations with outstanding individuals in endurance sports of different backgrounds, including BIPOC, transgender, and adaptive athletes.

Little known before this year, D’Amato, 36, has been setting records since June and tells how she trains and races.

Albertson got faster when he decided that “running is easy.” After placing 7th in the Marathon Trials, he's done some crazy training this fall and now he’s aiming for a 2:09.

We spoke with the former University of Michigan All-American and recent XC Town USA Meet of Champions victor about the highs and lows of his running career, and how he’s built resilience.

Bring your comeback questions to this member Q&A on Dec. 9. What can we learn from top athletic comebacks? And how can you stage a comeback in your own life?

Spence was ready to give up on the marathon. Until he turned his training upside down.

Elite runners train hard, even when they can't run many miles as they come back from an injury. 2:30-marathoner Becky Wade shows how as she details a week of her workouts.

Former elite marathoner Tina Muir discusses her experience with disordered eating, the warning signs for RED-S and what to do about it.

Spangler says a balanced training program with key confidence-building workouts, a more relaxed mental approach, and a “finely tuned taper” carried her to victory in the 1996 Olympic Marathon Trials.

After Sara Hall's second-place finish in the London Marathon, her coach (and husband) Ryan Hall discusses the ups and downs of the last year — indeed, of their entire careers.

Matt Hart talks about writing "Win At All Costs: Inside Nike Running and its Culture of Deception," an indictment of not only Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project, but Nike’s legacy of dubious ethics, sexism, and athlete doping.

Tracy Beth Høeg, accomplished ultra runner, MD and researcher talks about how COVID-19 affects runners, bone health, vision loss and hallucinations during ultras, the menstrual cycle and more.

Sunday's historic duel between Kenenisa Bekele and Eliud Kipchoge at the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon will offer fans a riveting distraction from a world on fire.

The legendary Adams State coach produced decades of great runners by fully investing himself in their goals.

And the simple solution to keep them active.

Author Peter Lovesey dreams of being a great runner. His passion for running makes him a major crime novelist, and an important historian of the sport.

Courtney Dauwalter talks about the training and tactics that have taken her to the top of the ultra world.

Kastor ran a masters marathon record by using “roller coaster” training, a smart taper, and practicing mental toughness and positivity.

Tommy Rivers Puzey is fighting for his life, recently diagnosed with lung cancer. His friends and fans are raising funds to help.

Rod Dixon won the 1983 NYC Marathon by focusing on periodization, recovery, balanced training, and a little beer.

3 coaches of successful female cross-country teams share guidelines for connecting effectively.

The ultrarunner shattered the record for running the 1,147-mile Ice Age Trail in one shot.

106 members of Black Girls RUN! give their experiences and perspectives.

The Olympic marathon qualifier will be racing in a pair of Cloudflows this Saturday after securing a sponsorship with the Swiss running brand.

Olympian Kara Goucher talks about clean sport, the Nike Oregon Project, her ultra trail running debut, and more.

Keira D’Amato shares the training and mentality that has led to Olympic-level time trials in the midst of quarantine as she aims toward 2021.

Here’s how Rainsberger set a personal best to win the 1989 Chicago Marathon.

How Renee Metivier came back from nearly career-ending injuries to smash three treadmill world-records.

A group of young runners hone strength and speed on the roads as Bob Larsen develops his effort-based training philosophy in this excerpt from a new book about the legendary coach.

How to use your ability to endure to change the world for the better by working to dismantle racism.

How Texas junior Brynn Brown trained to run the fastest-ever 3200m time for a high school girl.

Amid anguish across the country, runners opened discussions and made their miles more meaningful on Global Running Day this year.

A solo marathon around a city block in the nation’s capital keeps a quest alive.

Inside Daschbach's training to become the 11th high school boy to break four minutes in the mile.

Alison Désir gives her perspective and advice on what runners can do to become better allies in their communities.

Olympic hopefuls share some of their recent workouts and training experiments during lockdown.

Canada’s most decorated distance runner on why he’s training harder than ever before, motivational trash talk among teammates, his Olympic goals, and the transformative power of anger.

Lauren Paquette, NAZ Elite pro and 2016 Olympic Trials qualifier, details every mile of her training during coronavirus including the NYRR Virtual 5K.

Despite losing his goal of a world masters championship appearance this year, Roger Robinson is finding positives and keeps training and improving. 

A new book reveals many sides of Bill Squires, the legendary, whacky Boston coach who has mentored runners of all abilities and helped inspire the running boom.

At just 25-years-old and with only one marathon under her belt, time might be on Seidel’s side as she shifts her focus to prepare for an Olympic Games in 2021.

40 Years ago, April 12, 1980, was one of running’s greatest days.

A loose group of runners from around the world who share Somali roots has had a remarkable year so far. Here's how they train.

Seidel, the former NCAA champion from Notre Dame, became the first American woman to earn an Olympic berth in her debut marathon, running the sixth-fastest time in Olympic Trials history.

As Abdi Abdirahman aimed to make his 5th Olympic Team, the 43-year-old talked about friends, aging, career perspective and his training in Ethiopia.

Jake Riley ran 2:13 in his debut marathon 5 years ago in Chicago. Then the wheels started to fall off. Healthy again, he finished ninth last fall in 2:10:36.

How Antonio Arreola and Steve Schmidt became the first runners to break 3 hours in the marathon over 6 consecutive decades.

How a few tough men—and one woman—have run a marathon under 3 hours in every decade since the '70s, and counting.

There's something deeply human about dreaming big and falling short, as Hungry Runner Girl's experience and perspective reveals.

Iain Mickle ran under 3 hours at the Cal International Marathon… more than 42 years after his first sub-3.

Amby Burfoot shares secrets to longevity after completing the Manchester Road Race for a record-setting 57th consecutive time.

An unlikely band of girls build strength, win a big city victory, and leave a lasting legacy.

Today Jared Ward finished sixth, improving his New York best by almost two minutes. Next stop: the U.S. Marathon Trials in February

Coach Ryan Hall describes Sara Hall's training and strategy in running two marathons five weeks apart—in preparation for the Olympic Trials Marathon.

Masters champion Ginette Bedard, who will compete in her 17th consecutive New York City Marathon this Sunday, runs two hours every day.

Former elite marathoner Nuta Olura discovers that sometimes finishing a marathon can be as challenging—and rewarding—as winning one.

34-year-old Eliud Kipchoge ran 26.2 miles in 1:59:40 on a tree-lined avenue in the heart of Vienna Saturday morning, surrounded by pacemakers and cheering crowds.

Bekele’s manager, Jos Hermens, talks candidly about how the champion prepared since May for his comeback performance, plus Kipchoge's chances for a 1:59.

An excerpt from the new book, Amazing Racers, opens a window into the training methods of Fayetteville-Manlius, the most successful cross country program ever.

The newest sub-13:00 5K runner talks about how and why the Portland race happened, his teammates, his training, and how he handles critics.

After having nearly quit the sport in 2017, Lomong now stands as the only man to have won national titles in the 10k, 5k and the 1500m.

Caution: Reading this will cause extreme wanderlust.

Having learned balance in her first pro year, six-time NCAA national champion Karissa Schweizer is coming to the USATF championships fresh and hungry.

Ben Bruce, 4-time member of U.S. world championship teams, details the training he did in the final weeks before running his best 10K.

One of the best young ultrarunners in the country just served notice. Take Jared Hazen for granted no more.

Bryce Hoppel shares how he got into the sport, his training and racing mindset, and his thoughts on chasing KU legends.

Gene Dykes, the world’s fastest 71-year-old marathoner (2:54!) says yes, and tells how he combines frequent ultras and fast marathons.

A dozen well-known running writers describe how running helps inspire ideas and shape their articles and books.

Ron Hill, who ran every day for over 52 years and was a world-class champion, is a role model for each of us to be better runners and people.

The longest active run streaker, Jon Sutherland, shares the secrets to averaging 10 miles of running per day for 50 years.

What team and training secrets lie behind the Flagstaff-based Northern Arizona Elite's string of successes?

After her 2:23 debut in London, Emily Sisson is officially one of the best American marathoners of all time. And she's got a plan to get better.